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know ahead of time is exactly where. we recently learned that the administration has used similar logic to justify the collection of records related to every financial transfer that americans make. the government collects and stores these records and then accesses them based on criteria it established with the fisc, a standard adopted in secret and unrelated to anything debated or voted on by congress. a standard that was adopted in secret and unrelated to anything debated or voted on by congress. the administration's argument isn't even a reasonable reading of section 215. if everything is relevant, then the term relevance ceases to have any legal significance. if congress intended to allow bulk collection, it would have authorized bulk collection. instead, we attempted to set limits on what the government could obtain. the administration's approach also subverts congressional intent because the fisc has abrogated its responsibility to determine whether the administration is entitled to access records. to the extent it has authorized them. the court was meant to be a neutral arbiter th
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